Triaminic, Sick Day Guidelines And A Coupon – With Giveaway

triaminic sick day guidelines

NASN has published Sick Day Guidelines to help you make the right call when your child has a cold. Since one billion people annually get one, it is only a matter of time. If you are curious about illness in your area, check the Center of Disease Control and Prevention for information. Its SDI fan monitors for clusters of outbreaks.

Your dilemma is Johnny or Mary says he or she doesn’t feel well. Now you must decide what to do. Do the symptoms indicate an allergy problem or a cold? Do you know if it is a cold or a flu virus? When in doubt, consult a doctor. Read some tips on preventing. Don’t overmedicate. What you use should fit both the age and symptoms. Triaminic is trying to keep the general public up to speed and informed. Its website is easy to read, helpful, and practical.

Try to keep the patient comfortable. If over the counter medicine is needed, Triaminic has several. Check the package and follow directions. Consider using a portable vapor fan as well to lessen congestion and make breathing easier. It even has an on site babysitter care sheet for your temporary caretaker whenever you are out. Triaminic is committed to health care. If you have questions or comments, telephone it at 1-800-452-0051 24/7.

Triaminic has a a $1.50 printable coupon on its site. I really hope you won’t have to use it, but it is always good to know about any offer that saves you money.


THREE winners will each receive a pack of Triaminic Thin strips (which comes with 4 boxes and 14 strips on each box).


To enter visit and track the flu activity in your state. Then leave a comment on this post containing the information of the Flu activity level in their area.


US addresses only please. This contest will end on Thursday 01/28/09 at 11:59 pm est. If you?ve entered any of my giveaways before then you know that only comments containing all of the requested information will be eligible for entry. The winner must contact me to confirm they wish to receive the prize within two days of my email notifying them they?ve won. Good luck to everyone!

17 thoughts on “Triaminic, Sick Day Guidelines And A Coupon – With Giveaway

  1. Our area (Tampa) is very high: 15-20% of the population! Yikes…we’re lucky we haven’t been hit yet at our house…(knock on wood)…

  2. I live bout 45 mi south of Chicago(red zone) but the farther down the state you go the lower it gets. Can’t wait for flu season to be over!

  3. I tracked DC because we are closer to that than the VA cities listed. High in DC – Richmond the next closest place was just moderate. What a difference!

  4. Not looking very good for IL, I live just south of Chicago and it has the Red Zone, which means HIGH, 15 to 20% affected.

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